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25 August 2019 | Business

The annual Katutura Business Expo opens at the Sam Nujoma stadium in the capital on Friday 30 August.

This first of a kind event takes place in the heart of Katutura and promises to offer great opportunities both to the public and exhibitors.

The purpose is to offer local business owners the chance to meet local service providers, including those involved in marketing, human resources, financial services, mobile telecommunications, small business owners and other related commercial businesses a platform for growing ­opportunities together. It is especially aimed at SMEs.

The event starts at at 08:00 on Friday until late, and continues on Saturday from 08:00 until 20:30.

Entrance: Persons 14 years and older N$50, N$30 for 6 to 13 years old, and N$20 for pensioners via PayToday or N$80 at the gate, and N$20 to N$30 for car parking.

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